Golden Knights v. Canadiens – Habs Advance With OT Victory

Vegas Golden Knights v. Montreal Canadiens – Game 6
Montreal Leads Series 3-2

Game Recap:

Back in Montreal for game six of their Stanley Cup Semifinals series, the Canadiens look to eliminate the Vegas Golden Knights and advance to the Stanley cup final for the first time since 1993. In the first period the Habs would get an early powerplay opportunity, but the Knights would shut them down. However, on their second powerplay opportunity Shea Weber would unleash a bomb to give the Habs the 1-0 lead. But 48 seconds later Reilly Smith would score to tie the game up at one.

In the second period the Golden Knights would open the period with their first powerplay opportunity, but would be shut down by the Habs penalty killing, and shortly after the Habs would get a powerplay of their own as well. However, despite not scoring on the powerplay Cole Caufield would score to put the Habs back in the lead. The Knights would get another powerplay opportunity to try to tie the game, but once again would be shut down by the Montreal penalty killers as they would keep their 2-1 lead over the Knights.

In the third period Alec Martinez would strike 68 seconds into the period to tie the game at two and send the game to overtime. In the extra frame Artturi Lehkonen would score to give the Canadiens the 3-2 victory as they would eliminate the Golden Knights 4-2. This would send the Canadiens to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in 28 years.

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Vegas Golden Knights:

Max Pacioretty — Chandler Stephenson — Mark Stone
Jonathan Marchessault — William Karlsson — Reilly Smith
Mattias Janmark — Nicolas Roy — Alex Tuch
William Carrier — Tomas Nosek — Keegan Kolesar

Alec Martinez — Alex Pietrangelo
Brayden McNabb — Shea Theodore
Nicolas Hague — Zach Whitecloud

Robin Lehner
Marc-Andre Fleury

Scratched: Nick Holden, Ryan Reaves, Patrick Brown, Cody Glass, Logan Thompson, Jiri Patera, Jack Dugan, Peyton Krebs, Jonas Rondbjerg, Kaedan Korczak, Dylan Coghlan, Carl Dahlstrom, Jimmy Schuldt, Dylan Sikura
Injured: None

Montreal Canadiens:

Artturi Lehkonen — Phillip Danault — Brendan Gallagher
Tyler Toffoli — Nick Suzuki — Cole Caufield
Paul Byron — Jesperi Kotkaniemi — Josh Anderson
Joel Armia — Eric Staal — Corey Perry

Ben Chiarot — Shea Weber
Joel Edmundson — Jeff Petry
Jon Merrill — Erik Gustafsson

Carey Price
Jake Allen

Scratched: Brett Kulak, Alexander Romanov, Tomas Tatar, Michael Frolik, Alex Belzile, Xavier Ouellet, Cayden Primeau, Cale Fleury, Charlie Lindgren, Lukas Vejdemo, Laurent Dauphin, Jesse Ylonen, Otto Leskinen, Michael McNiven
Injured: Jake Evans (concussion)

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First Period:

VGK Penalty – 1:56 – Nicolas Roy 2 minutes for High Sticking

VGK Penalty – 12:36 – Alex Pietrangelo 2 minutes for Roughing

MON PPG – 14:06 – Shea Weber (1) from unassisted

VGK Goal – 14:54 – Reilly Smith (3) from Shea Theodore (9) and William Karlsson (11)

End of FirstVGK – 1MON – 1
Faceoff Wins1110

Second Period:

MON Penalty – 3:15 – Tyler Toffoli 2 minutes for Hooking

VGK Penalty – 5:42 – Bench (Keegan Kolesar) 2 minutes for Too Many Men

MON Goal – 9:36 – Cole Caufield (4) from Joel Edmundson (6) and Jeff Petry (5)

MON Penalty – 11:04 – Eric Staal 2 minutes for Hooking

End of SecondVGK – 1MON – 2
Faceoff Wins2318

Third Period:

VGK Goal – 1:08 – Alec Martinez (4) from Alex Pietrangelo (8) and William Karlsson (12)

End of ThirdVGK – 2MON – 2
Faceoff Wins3130

MON Goal – 1:39 – Artturi Lehkonen (3) from Phillip Danault (3) and Brendan Gallagher (3)

End of ThirdVGK – 2MON – 2
Faceoff Wins3531

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